Dr. Doromal and Dr. Estimo earn a medallion of excellence as PSERE Research Fellows

Dr. Araceli C. Doromal, Academic Coordinator and Dr. Emeliza T. Estimo, Research Coordinator of JBLCF-Bacolod, have earned another mark to their professional career after they were admitted and accredited as Research Fellows to the Philippine Academy of Fellows in Educational Research and Evaluation (PAFERE). This is the highest honors that the Philippine Society for Educational Research and Evaluation (PSERE) members can ever receive, an award that is accorded to them by their peers in their profession. The award was conferred to them during the 24th PSERE Conference held at Centro Escolar University on May 27, 2016.

Dr. Emeliza T. Estimo (Research Coordinator) and Dr. Araceli C. Doromal (Academic Coordinator), declared as Research Fellows by the Philippine Academy of Fellows of PSERE. Both of them received a commendation from the CEO himself, Dr. Ronald Raymond L. Sebastian.













This prestigious award is accorded to those who have satisfied the Academy through their active service as Vice-Presidents, Deans, Researchers or Research Referees and their established track record and involvement in international research publication and presentation. The same award was accorded to Dr. Melchor M. Magramo, JBLFMU Director for Research Extension, and Dr. Rolando A. Alimen, Research Coordinator of JBLFMU-Molo during last year’s PSERE Conference. Dr. Victor Jaleco of JBLFMU-Molo was also conferred the same award.

Moreover, Dr. Brian Gil S. Sarinas, OIC of the Research Office of JBLFMU-Arevalo, was admitted as Professional in Educational Research (PER), the entry level for all members of the Academy. He was also awarded the Best in Poster Presentation.

Dr. Araceli C. Doromal happily receiving her medallion and Certificate as Research Fellow as she was awarded by Dr. Erna V. Yabut, President of PSERE and Dr. Ma. Flordeliza L. Anastacio, PSERE Treasurer and Chairperson of PAFERE